The Indiana Chapter continues to provide programs and services to support families affected by ALS.
The Indiana chapter continues to provide programs and services to support families affected by ALS.Learn More
Give Today for Hoosiers Battling ALS
Give a gift to sustain the Chapter's programs and services to empower all those living with ALS. TOGETHER WE CAN DEFEAT ALS! CLICK HERE to give and support Hoosiers living with ALS.
ALS Today and Tomorrow Webinar Series
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH at 2PM EST.
With featured guest, Dr CYNTHIA L. BODKIN, Co-Director of the Indiana University ALS Certified Treatment Center of Excellence @IU Health
Description: ALS Clinical Studies Update (Alexion, Anelixis, Cytokinetics, Metabalomax, Medicinova, Appelis) and a Q&A Session.
Missed this webinar? View the recording HERE:
Access password: 1mN&m4=e
Dr. Bodkin's Presentation: http://webin.alsa.org/site/PageServer?pagename=IN_8_patient_family_services
March: Assistive Technology Options for People with ALS (slides) and video, featuring Alisa Brownlee, ATP, CLIPP, CAPS, WSP, Assistive Technology Specialist, The ALS Association National Office and Greater Philadelphia Chapter.
July: The ALS Association's Research Strategy and Portfolio (slides) and video, featuring Dr. Kuldip Dave, Vice President of Research, The ALS Association.
Bob Kravitz Golf Outing
It’s that time of year again – time for the annual Bob Kravitz Golf Outing to Defeat ALS! Are you ready for a great day of golf in support of a great cause? Join us on Monday, August 8th at beautiful Highland Golf & Country Club in Indianapolis for 18 holes of golf, prizes, fun, food & drink, a bourbon raffle, and more! Bob Kravitz will be there along with some of his celebrity friends, and we hope that you’ll come join the party. Net proceeds support the Indiana Chapter of the ALS Association in serving Hoosiers with ALS and their families.
Please click on the link below to register your foursome or contact Brian Rothenberger (email@example.com or 317.800.5519) if you’re interested in a sponsorship opportunity.
Kent Dickerson Ring of Honor
An exclusive giving society created in partnership with Kent and Sandy Dickerson and Elaine and Eric Bedel. The Kent Dickerson Ring of Honor was formed to provide funding for essential support for Hoosiers living with ALS. Click here for more information!
Cruisin' to A Cure for ALS - May 1st, 2022
The 6th Annual Cruisin' to A Cure for ALS was a HUGE success! Over 800 cars entered the show and $43,000 was raised. Huge thanks to Logan Lawrence, the Lawrence Family, and City of Lawrenceburg for raising much needed money and awareness for ALS. $175,000 has been raised in 6 years. We will be back for year 7 on May 7th, 2023.
ALS Heroes Unite: It's time for the 2022 Indiana Walk to Defeat ALS!
Whether you’re newly diagnosed, navigating your journey with the disease, caring for a person with ALS, or researching the cure, there are resources to support you.
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